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‘Loki’ Season 2 Reportedly Delayed

The second season of Marvel’s “Loki” was originally scheduled to release in Summer of 2023 on Disney+, however, Marvel CEO Kevin Feige recently said they would be slowing down the release of Marvel content leaving fans to wonder if some shows might be delayed.

In a recent interview with ET, Owen Wilson gave a positive update for “Loki” Season 2, revealing the show will debut, towards “the end of summer or September.”

The Cosmic Circus reports that, according to its sources, Marvel Studios’ Loki Season 2 is now set to premiere in October. The delay is attributed to unspecified shifts in the entertainment industry landscape.

According to the outlet, Marvel had considered postponing the show to an indefinite date, but ultimately decided that October remained a viable option.

The recent writers’ strike may be a factor, as Disney might want to stagger their Disney+ content to avoid any noticeable gaps for viewers.

Additionally, the ongoing controversy involving Jonathan Majors, who faces assault charges, could also impact the second season of Loki, depending on the case’s outcome.

Plot details for the second season are being kept under wraps. Eric Martin will serve as a writer for all six episodes.  Moon Knight directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have been tapped to co-direct a majority of the episodes for “Loki” Season 2.   Hiddleston and Michael Waldron, who wrote and served as showrunner in Season 1, will executive produce Season 2.

Tom Hiddleston is set to return as Loki.  Owen Wilson, who played Mobius in the first season of “Loki,” is also confirmed for the second season. Additionally, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who played Ravonna Renslayer in Season 1, confirmed to GMA that she will be returning.

Source: The Cosmic Circus

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